Sometimes you would only like to reprint that last page in a print job instead of the whole thing again, especially when the job includes many pages. And in the interest of paper conservation and saving money, this is not a bad idea. The process of reprinting the final page in a print job may vary slightly depending upon whether you are using a PC and a Mac—or among various computer operating system versions—but is it very easy to execute a single-page reprint once you access the Print dialogue box.
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Determine the number of the last page in the order. Count the number of pages from your last print job, after it has printed.
Open the Print dialogue box by pressing "Control" and the letter "P" key simultaneously (PC) or "Command" and the letter "P" key at the same time (Mac). If you are printing a webpage, you may see a view of all of the pages, an alternate way to determine the number of the final page in the print job.
Click the radio button on the left of the From option on the Print dialogue box. Enter the number of the last page in each of the boxes (for instance, from 9 to 9, if 9 is the last page printed, and to indicate that you would like to print that page only).
Press "Print" on the bottom right of the dialogue box.
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